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A Case for the Chakras – Part 1

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We have all no doubt heard and read about Chakras, the system of swirling light at key points along the central line of the body. Prominent scientists at the fringes of the main stream have been studying and making breakthroughs in this field, most notably Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, and Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama (website).

A question that has plagued the spiritual community ever since 1500-500 BC (Sacred Centers) when the Vedas were written, up until today is whether these spinning wheels of light really exist.

Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, Russian professor of Physics of St. Petersburg Federal Research University, developed a system for measuring the energetic state of the body via technology based on Kirlian photography. It is called Bio-Well, a pairing of camera and software which gathers energetic information from the body using Korotkov’s Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) technology. Output on the screen via the accompanying software, is a diagram that displays the state of the Chakras of body.

Bio-Well is based on the fact that there exists an energy system about the body, and the signature of which is picked up by the GDV camera, and is interpreted and mapped out to give a visualization of the energetic state of the body and the the Chakra system.

Science is more and more catching up to the claim of the existence of Chakras, with technology based on them to act as a feedback tool of sorts. Once one can see what there energy body is doing visually, then steps to correct any imbalances can be taken.

In his book Theories of the Chakras, Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama gives a highly detailed and in-depth description of the unseen systems “under the hood” of the human body. “We may define the chakra as an energy centre which spins like a wheel and opens like a flower. Metaphysical concepts, however, do not belong purely to the world of spiritual experience; scientific enquiry has in many cases confirmed age-old beliefs.”

Hiroshi Motoyama has an extensive list of acclaim under his belt in the world of parapsychology, and spirituality, also being a Shinto priest at Tamamistu Shrine in Tokyo. In 1992, he founded the California Institute for Human Science (CIHS), for a dedicated institution for the study of the subtle energies of the human body, and matters of consciousness.

“Human beings consist of body, mind, and spirit. They exist in multiple dimensions, and soul in the essence of human beings.”

Dr. Motoyama, through his vehement interest in the metaphysical, built two machines to measure the energy of the body: A machine to measure chi (the AMI machine), and “The Chakra Instrument”. (Mankind Research)

As described by Dr. Mototyama in an interview with Share International, his Chakra machine works as follows:

“By directing energy from the subtle energy centre of the chakra the surrounding electromagnetic environment can perhaps be changed. Also the lower body has a kind of static potential which disappears when energy is discharged from the body. So, in a completely dark room, insulated from physical energies from outside, a person with psychic ability can direct energy via their awakened chakra and produce light and we can detect this light and its direction. The instrument to detect this light and the changes in the electromagnetic field is called the chakra machine. This machine’s first aim was to register light or psychokinetic power and to see if it could influence an electrical atmosphere, or whether a person can produce light or not.” (Mankind Research)

Motoyama goes on to talk about the body existing in multiple realms and certain diseases originating from the spiritual dimension, which is the result of karma–”karmic disease”.

There now is clear evidence emerging that chakras not only exist, but are integral indicators and points of focus for the condition/state of the body.

It is one thing to have machines output preprogrammed visualizations of the chakras, but it is another to see them with one’s own eyes. It is this area where I can firmly say that I have some experience.

More to come in part 2

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Author: Garrett S.

I am a writer, researcher, and 3D CG generalist, who developed a strong penchant for meditation and spiritual practices. I've incorporated that background into my current work manning the helm in directing my own personal animated projects, most notably of which is my "Mr. G" series, and "The Ville".

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